A History of Crime and Punishment in Peterborough: EngAGE in the Afternoon
- Provided by:
- Yaxley Library
Wed; 18 March 20202:00pm to 3:30pm
An entertaining and occasionally gruesome look at the history of crime and punishment in the city – from the history of the city gaols to the development of the police force.
Want to know where people used to be hanged? How bodysnatching became a premium occupation?
Learn how we were the last place in England to ‘read the Riot Act’ and hear about the best jail-breaker.
- Cost: Free (donations welcome)
- Age range: 18 - 99
Last updated on: 15 February 2020
Yaxley Library, Landsdowne Road, Yaxley PE7 3JL
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